No matter if you called it Middle School or Junior High, most can agree that those few years represent some of the most awkward and stressful times of growing up. And in Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, you get to relive some of those hormone filled days and have a good laugh in the process.
Film Synopsis: Rafe Khatchadorian (Griffin Gluck) has an epic imagination and a slight problem with authority, and these things collide when he transfers to a middle school where students are expected to follow the rules. This doesn’t sit well with Rafe. With help from his new friend Leo (Thomas Barbusca), the mischievous lad concocts schemes to drive his tyrannical principal (Andy Daly) crazy while also using his charm and wits to impress a girl (Isabela Moner) and battle the bullies.
This film is rated PG for some rude humor, language and thematic elements. All and all however, this is a pretty tame family comedy suitable for most kids over 10 years old.